India's Mars Mission: First Look at the Satellite That Will Orbit the Planet
September 11, 2013
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The first images of India's small satellite for the red planet, Mars, have finally been released. If all goes well with the launch and the very risky and arduous, millions of kilometers long journey, India may rendezvous with the red planet. The mission will cost in the range of 600 crores.
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